My name is Clyde....well my new name is Clyde. My foster mom says that I'm getting a new life so I get to have a new name. I'm a very good boy. My humans leave me in the house uncrated and I don't bother a thing or go potty in the house! I am learning how to receive attention. I can't believe how these humans make over me. I get toys and treats and lots of lovins. I am in love with my foster people. I show them how much by dripping my slobber on them! I love to go wherever they are, especially my foster mama. I just want to sit with her. I like her, she takes care of me and cleans my goopy eye a lot and I'm real still while she puts the medicine in. She talks and sings to me too! Don't tell her she can't sing but I don't mind. I have a little trouble seeing and hearing as good as I used to. Sometimes my people have to clap so I can look for them. Foster mom told me that I am a "senior" dog. I am only 9 and I can still run and jump and play like a pup! I discovered I LOVE BANANAS!!!! They are so good. My foster dad shares his with me. I'm not so sure about vegetables though. Ugh. I go to the vet this weekend to see how my ears are doing, they were both pretty bad a couple of weeks ago, hopefully they are better and I might be able to hear a little better. I'm still learning my people and am working on becoming more comfortable. I feel a little better each day. I can't wait to see what my foster humans will do next!
If you are interested in Clyde, please visit our website: www.ilenglishbulldogrescue.org, and read through our adoption criteria to see if you meet our requirements. If you do, please fill out an application to adopt.
Clyde's adoption fee is: $300
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